"no substantial repetitions": parsing the language of Torture

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Jay Bybee's back-pedaling on the severity of his approved interrogation techniques fails. The Torture Judge shows no regret, says "We might have been clearer in some places. But, in terms of the analysis, I am going to stand by the memo."

Find a link to transcript of May 26 Judiciary Committee interview here.

The Bush administration lawyer who gave legal cover to the CIA to use waterboarding and other brutal tactics is throwing the agency under the bus... the CIA's inspector general has previously said that contractors sometimes went beyond legal guidelines, but this is the first time one of the authors of those guidelines (the other is John Yoo) has confirmed.

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